Victim In Montgomery County Shooting Spree Still In Critical Condition

MONTGOMERY CO., Miss. (WCBI) – The man who survived a deadly shooting spree in Montgomery County early Wednesday morning remains in critical condition.

Sheriff Bubba Nix says Marcus Brown had surgery and remains in a Jackson hospital.

Investigators are still determining a timeline of exactly when each shooting occurred Wednesday morning.

There are three crime scenes.

59-year-old Carolyn Ann Sanders and her daughter, 32-year-old Marquita Hill, were killed on Pecan Drive in Kilmichael.

Brown was shot on Hill Street, also in Kilmichael.

32-year-old Kenneth Loggins was killed on Old Legion Lake Road in Winona.

Autopsies are being performed on the victims.

Law enforcement say they’re still trying to determine what led to the shootings.

40-year-old Odell Hallmon remains in jail with no bond.

He’s charged with three counts of murder and one count of aggravated assault, along with a possession of a firearm by a convicted felon charge.

Hallmon’s next court date is May 10th.

Sheriff Nix says Hallmon and Marquita Hill have a 12-year-old child together and she recently kicked him out of a home they were sharing.

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